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Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Decor evoking Perry's travels to the Far East
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Marble mantels, gilt mirrors, antique furniture in the Commodore Suite
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Venetian Entry Hall
  • Setting of the mansion on a Renaissance-style park
  • Large work desk with built-in USB and outlets for your laptop
  • Marble mantels, gilt mirrors, antique furniture in the Commodore Suite
  • The famous Commodore Matthew Perry, who slept here is 1852.
  • Commodore Perry opened up trade with Imperial Japan in 1854. Here is his ship in the Tokyo Harbor.
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
  • Kitchen with gas stove, microwave, dishwasher, sink, refrigerator, and coffee maker
  • Bedroom #1 has Queen-size bed
  • Bedroom #1
  • Bedroom#2 has Full-size bed
  • Bathroom with 100-year old subway tile and pedestal sink
  • Tub with shower
  • Grand walnut stairs 1
  • Grand walnut stairs 2
  • Grand walnut stairs 3
  • Fantastic view of the Washington Monument from the Commodore Suite
  • Renaissance garden out front of the mansion
  • World famous Washington Monument right outside the front door
  • Park setting
  • Washington Monument
  • View at night
  • Mansion on the block
  • Across the street in the Peabody Institute Conservatory of Music
  • Peabody facade
  • Famous Peabody Library across the street
  • Peabody book stacks
  • Peabody Concert Hall vestibule
  • Peabody Institute staircase
  • Peabody
  • Walters Art Museum right across the street from the mansion
  • Walters Art Museum
  • Grand mansion on the block
  • Venetian-style mansion on park
  • Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"
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Mt Vernon Palazzo in Bmore "Commodore Perry Suite"